Restaurant Reviews

The Wyckoff restaurant boasts a roughly 100-item menu brimming with delicious, aromatic dishes.
Standouts at the Haddonfield bistro include chicken-liver mousse, skate wing meuniere and the entire dessert menu.
A block from the George Washington Bridge, resurgent chef David Burke wins a young, upscale following.
The small-but-mighty Morristown eatery boasts a long list of rolls, as well as ramen dishes, teriyaki dishes and udon noodle hot pots.
Emily's Café offers sandwiches, salads and soups, plus coffee and house-baked desserts.
After his parents’ Somerville staple, Martino’s Cuban, closed in 2018, Martino Linares set out to reimagine authentic family dishes on his own turf.
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The Pennsauken eatery offers generous mains and a selection of funky options (quesadillas with corn fungus, anyone?).
The Hackensack branch of this pricey national chain over-delivers with memorable desserts. Could it be to compensate for other shortcomings?
Faubourg in Montclair serves up modern Mediterranean cuisine with French accents.
Two high-ranking Daniel Boulud veterans bring panache to the plate—and to a building that had long been a shell.
A glimpse into the pub's Denville location: American classics, Irish specialties and weekly live music.
Turf, Surf and Earth in Somerville offers a vast menu with highly customizable salads, sandwiches, burgers and tacos.
The eatery in Cape May Court House is the newest addition to the Kara Restaurant Group.
Ocean City Surf Café
Ocean City Surf Café serves all-day breakfast, lunch staples and Tex-Mex platters aplenty.
YiaYia’s Greek Kitchen
The Sussex County restaurant on Route 206 offers an array of authentic specialties.
Chef Michael Casalinho’s Jersey City restaurant closely resembles those he cherished on family trips to Portugal.
This bustling Bound Brook gastropub is a great place to unwind.
The unpretentious eatery offers a slew of comforting sandwich options (and more).
Wine-and-cheese bar shows inspiration but sometimes disappoints.
The Rockaway restaurant features recipes passed down by manager Tulin Cagatay’s grandparents.
Don’t be fooled by the no-frills setting of this East Hanover eatery.